We ended up at this restaurant on a Saturday afternoon after basically being turned away at the Sweet & Savory Cafe next door. We had a dog with us and wanted to sit on their pet-friendly patio, but were told they had only one server out there and had just seated two tables, so.... (suggesting wait times would be lengthy and/or service poor). We didn't want to leave the dog in the car so we could sit inside (which seemed our only option at that point), so we took the hostess' suggestion of going to the pub (owned by the same owners) next door. When we walked into the pub to be seated, we were immediately hit with the stale beer smell (just an FYI if you choose to sit inside). We were seated quickly on the patio (nice patio, but it's right next to a pretty busy road, so traffic noise is a little bit of a distraction), drinks arrived fairly quickly (but were never refilled from that point on) and food arrived fairly quickly as well. One in our group ordered a Quesadilla. When it arrived, she asked for extra salsa and the server's response was, "Well, there's kind of already some on the plate..." The idea didn't seem open for discussion, so we let it go. Two friends had BLT's, which they enjoyed and I had the short rib burrito, which was good. The "buffalo chips" (a cross between a french fry and a potato chip) were good, but were lukewarm when they arrived. We had eaten our meal and were ready for the check within a half hour or so of our arrival. That's when the slow service kicked in. In all, it took about 20-25 minutes from the time we saw the server and asked for the check until we were finally able to pay and leave. Had I been in a beer-drinking mood, I might have had a better experience, but I don't think I'd go back.
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